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Supplies of medicine should be deemed more important than shipments of food if there is a no-deal Brexit, the health secretary has told MPs.
A paper published in the journal Nature by an international team, reveals a new device that can convert Wi-Fi signals into electricity, opening the door for the wireless powering of electronics and the over-the-air charging of batteries.
Transparency Market Research reports the global implantable medical device market to witness notable growth in future years due to rising number of technological advancements in the field of medical science and treatment.
NHS trusts could "quickly run out of vital medicine" in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the chief executive of a leading hospital group has warned.
Popular brands of fitness trackers can overestimate the number of calories burned while walking by more than 50%, tests have found.
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